My Harddisk can't recognized XP on my System . Oh, and as for the HP issue, you can always keep a clean Win7 HD that you can switch out if you need to call the help desks. and does the xp version have to be a 64bit as well? Cultures weren't opinions." - Kurt Cobain Back to top #7 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 51,715 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:04:04 PM Posted 22 March 2008 - 09:56 PM have a peek at this web-site
I try for many ways, but without success.Dudes… It's keeping going well… Awesome!!!! You state above that XP can't recognize the SATA drive. Just google and download Quicktime 7.0.2a38 and you have your reason to dual boot XP Home and Pro. I normally boot on XP Home, and all the drives show. check it out
Maybe I've bitten off more that I can deal with? CNET Reviews Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Printers Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality Wearable Tech Web Hosting Forums News Apple Computers Then you can use BootMagic to control your bootable partitions. What in your opinion should I do.
I'm afraid to try to validate it as I still will use XP on the other machine. To add to that, there is no way that activation will pose an issue either, as you will be (re)activating the same license on the same hardware - nothing illegal about October 7, 2010 justin just in check hello, any one can clear my doubt. I wasn’t willing to switch totally to XP since I use and support organizations that use Windows 2000.
Create a New Partition The first thing we need to do is create a new partition on the Windows 7 machine. The computer specs are: HP Pavillion Model dv6t-2100 Product VV451AV 3GB DDR3 Memory 250GB 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drive Thanks for any help you can provide. Just install Windows 7 (or whatever) to one drive, and XP (or whatever) to another. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/can-you-dual-boot-two-xp-os-276264/ Continuing with this process if using Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit could have serious implications as changes made are semi-permanent, which require special software to reverse.
I only found this out because I am adding a OCZ Revodrive 120gb PCI-e rev 2 x4 as my main HD. Two Physical Hard Disk Drives • This guide will assume that you have two physical hard disk drives installed into your computer. This way, you don’t have to mess with boot sectors, editing BOOT.INI, or any of that stuff. However, I can't.
and how can I do so, if users can do? go to your computer manufacturer website and download the SATA drivers, put the drivers on USB flash or floppy, provide the SATA drivers during Win XP installation if you want to FIX YOUR INSTRUCTIONS or pull them down. ------------------ Create Boot Loader Once installation of XP is successful you can now go through and install the latest Microsoft Updates and drivers. I would appreciate any help from you guys.
Most modern BIOSes will let you call up a boot menu by pressing some key combination after powering up or resetting, and allow you to boot from any installed hard drive, Check This Out To get both XP and Windows 7 as an option at the boot screen you can use the free utility EasyBCD 1.72 or their new 2.0 Beta. See: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtualpc/default.mspxThis allows you to run both versions of XP at the same time, drag and drop between, and so on."Calvin C."
The dual boot install would allow having Windows XP and Windows Me on the same computer, allowing the choice to run either Windows Me or Windows XP when the computer boots I'm afraid to try to find a Win 7 disk to repair the boot for 7 because some folks have stated it breaks both instances. My plan is to buy a laptop with Win7 already installed. Source This worked for me.
You can also define the default operating system and the time that you have to choose which operating system you wish to start. December 19, 2010 kian hi, i had follow all the instruction and finish dual botting my laptop however after dual botting xp on window 7, i am unable to access to so any comments on where did i go wrong, becow i want to still install win7 and have dual boot with xp March 2, 2010 martin dear sir i have windows
Each operating system takes up a considerable amount of space on the hard drive. Thanks for the advice.Yes, I think I'll go with what a few of you mentioned: having two hard drives that can be plugged and unplugged as needed. If it's not there then XP is probably not seen in easybcd. I don't know how it works fine now, because always when I tried to dualboot nothing going well 'till today.
Jun 6, 2005 #3 be_tnt TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 23 Doing an upgrade will leave some XP home edition files what I do not want. I have read a years worth of frustration in these posts and will now do some serious consideration before proceeding. Many thanks in advance. have a peek here My (uneducated) guess is that it would >> handle a different language version of WinXP just as simply.
This is so slow it's almost useless.. If it does there won't be any problem with it passing. Things are seldom as simple as one would hope. for keywords, offhand, I don't see using dual XP as a real workable solution w/o hassles if at all, IMHO.tada -----Willy Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Like to
And would I need to make folders for them, or do they go to the correct place automatically? So sorry if this has been already asked. I have a 10″ e-machines notebook with Windows 7 installed, without a DVD drive. Jun 11, 2005 #7 be_tnt TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 23 Unfortunately I do not have Partition Magic Any other way to do it?
If this is the first time you’ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. And I suppose that you should install your main > language last so that C:\boot.ini will be using that language? (Hmmm... > How do you spell "boot.ini" in French? Already have an account? error acpi.sys any ideas May 7, 2010 Kalle Do I have to shrink the system drive or can I shrink another drive?
Done! I take it this is an American Thread???? Jun 11, 2005 #6 IronDuke TS Rookie Posts: 856 You can do it with Partition Magic. My (uneducated) guess is that it would > handle a different language version of WinXP just as simply.
Someone can help to Setting up Windows XP and Windows 7? Additionally, even if you could find some generic third-party drivers that would allow you to setup a dual-boot configuration on your notebook, you should consider the size of your hard drive.